CNC Precision Machining is a subtractive manufacturing method that cuts away the unwanted material from a block of material to form the shape of the needed part. The advantages of this process are the high manufacturing precision ±0.02/100 mm and a wide range of real engineering materials available,including: ABS, PC (Polycarbonate), PMMA (Acrylic), PA (Nylon), PA+GF, PP, PE, PU, PS, POM, PVC, Bakelite, Chemical Wood, Solid Wood, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, Stainless Steel, Titanium, Iron, Magnesium, Zinc, etc.
There are many advantages to using CNC Machining. The process is more precise than manual machining, and can be repeated in exactly the same manner over and over again. Because of the precision possible with CNC Machining, this process can produce complex shapes that would be almost impossible to achieve with manual machining. CNC Machining is used in the production of many complex three-dimensional shapes. It is because of these qualities that CNC Machining is used in jobs that need a high level of precision or very repetitive tasks.
Tolerances For Precision Machining
Our general tolerances for CNC machining of metals is DIN-2768-1-fine and for plastics DIN-2768-1-medium. Tolerances are greatly affected by part geometry and type of material. Our project managers will consult with you on every part of your project and will seek to provide the highest degree of precision possible.